Daughter of the King coming to Chatham on September 24

By Greg Holden

Daughter of the King, an independent feature film that stars Debra Van Gaalen of Chatham and Florin Marksteiner of Thamesville, is showing at the Capitol Theatre on September 24. The show is being screened in partnership with the Chatham-Kent Women’s Centre.

The drama, which had it’s premiere on August 9 in London at the Wolf Performance Hall, has a Christian theme and was written and directed by Matthew Marshall. The focus of the film is Ashley Miller, played by Van Gaalen, who finds herself in trouble over financial debts. She becomes a debt slave to predatory lender Hayden (played by Marksteiner) and is coerced into a life of prostitution and drug use. Miller finds solice in Christianity and instead of identifying herself as worthy of the pain in her life, sees herself as the Daughter of the King.

Ticket are $5 at the door and the movie begins at 7 p.m.